Keanu Reeves has some valuable wisdom to share.
With his third outing as John Wick in the action-movie franchise on the way, the Canadian-born actor paid a visit to Global‘s “The Late Show with Stephen Colbert” on Friday to talk “John Wick: Chapter 3 — Parabellum”.
At the end of the interview, Colbert posed the the question to Reeves, “What do you think happens when we die?”
After a pause, Keeves responded simply, “I know that the ones who love us will miss us.”
Over the weekend, the actor’s profound response the the question went viral on Twitter.
On the jibes of “John Wick”, 54-year-old Reeves told Colbert that he and stuntman Jason Spidell split the film’s intense stunts.
“Okay, so I’ll do some fight scenes and then John Wick will get hit by a car, and that’s Jackson Spidell, who’s an amazing stuntman,” he said, explaining that he’ll perform the “kung fu” and martial arts sequences, but “If I get thrown off of something, then Jackson does his thing.”
One scene was particularly challenging, when John Wick battles his foes via martial arts and guns while riding a horse, which required a “very complicated” setup to ensure the safety of both the actor and the horse.
Reeves also had some info to share on the long-awaited third “Bill and Ted” movie, “Bill and Ted Face the Music”.
As he divulged, Bill (Alex Winter) and Ted (Reeves) were destined to write a song that was “supposed to unite the world and bring peace and everything, but they haven’t,” with the movie exploring “what has that done to them” while they’re “still trying to write the song.”
Meanwhile, he added, the song is the only thing that will “save the universe, and you have to write the song in, like, 80 minutes.”